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Everett Piper

Everett Piper

Everett Piper (, @dreverettpiper), a columnist for The Washington Times, is a former university president and radio host. He is the author of “Not a Daycare: The Devastating Consequences of Abandoning Truth” (Regnery). He can be reached at

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Drinking the COVID-19 Koolaid Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

COVID-19 science or blind compliance

This past Monday, Jan. 24, 2022, Sen. Ron Johnson, Wisconsin Republican, conducted a hearing on the issue of COVID-19 interventions. Published January 30, 2022

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) walks off the field after the NFC championship NFL football game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Green Bay, Wis., Sunday, Jan. 24, 2021. The Buccaneers defeated the Packers 31-26 to advance to the Super Bowl. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)

Disrespectful Aaron Rodgers leads a millennial generation of chronological snobs

This week while President Biden's senility and Dr. Anthony Fauci's lies continued to bump and swirl around in the toilet bowl of our daily news, another headline caught my attention. It was that of the Green Bay Packers all-star quarterback Aaron Rodgers and his recent comments about Christianity, and how those comments have "left him feuding with his family." Published January 23, 2022

Critical race theory versus forgiveness Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Critical race theory is the opposite of Christianity

This past week I was contacted by a reporter from the Religion News Service. His reason for calling me was to get my views concerning critical race theory. He wanted to know why I opposed it. Published January 15, 2022

Illustration on a divided America by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

How did the United States ever become so divided?

2021 is behind us. It has been another year of conflict. Another year of anger. Another year of division. A year of the vaccinated versus the unvaccinated, the masked versus the unmasked, of us against them. Published January 1, 2022

Illustration on paths of life and destinations by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Get on the Christmas train

One of the Christmas movies our family repeatedly watched when my boys were growing up was "The Polar Express." Published December 25, 2021

Illustration on saying "Merry Christmas!" by Alexander Hunter/ The Washington Times

Even atheists should be thankful for Christmas

A couple of weeks ago, in this column, I wrote that it's that time of year, that "most wonderful time of year," when our country's thought police come out of the woodwork to tell us what we can and cannot say. Published December 18, 2021

FILE-  Oklahoman Gov. Kevin Stitt looks back at the needle after looking away while being administered the Johnson & Johnson vaccine following a news conference about opening vaccine eligibility on March 29, 2021, in Oklahoma City. Oklahoma's Republican governor and the state attorney general are suing in federal court to exempt the state's National Guard from a Biden administration COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Stitt argued in a statement Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021, that the Biden administration's Defense Department overstepped its constitutional authority by subjecting the National Guard to the mandate it imposed on the active-duty military.  (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki, File)

Oklahoma’s politicians conservative in name only

It's morning in America, and once again, Oklahoma, "the reddest of red states" is proving that its elected leaders are not nearly as conservative as they pretend to be. Published December 13, 2021

Illustration on the Biblical acknowledgments of the religious founders by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Proud to be a ‘right-wing religious nut’

If believing that we have no king in America but rather all authority rests in "we the people" makes me right-wing, I guess I'm guilty as charged. Published December 7, 2021

Illustration on Aslan and Christmas by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Aslan is on the move

Thanksgiving is past, and Advent is once again upon us. Yet, the daily headlines prove our world is a broken mess, one that we are apparently helpless to fix. Published November 28, 2021

Abraham Lincoln's Thanksgiving Declaration 1863 Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Conserving Thanksgiving

One of the principles of conservativism is conserving things. Conservatives are conservationists. Yes, we believe in clean air and clean water. Yes, we believe in hugging a tree once in a while or maybe even an owl or a whale. Published November 21, 2021

Illustration on the notion of masculinity by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

America needs a few good men

This past week, Sen. Josh Hawley, the man Simon & Schuster canceled for daring to criticize cancel culture, once again inspired the ire of our nation's intelligentsia. Published November 13, 2021

Democrats To Hell in a Hand Basket Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Captain Biden needs to look at a cultural map

Ever get the feeling our country is being led by a captain with no sense of direction, that the officers on the boat can't tell up from down or right from left. Published October 24, 2021

Illustration on the sovereignty of the American people by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

No, Romans 13 does not say Americans must submit to Biden

Now, as a conservative Christian, I also believe in "conforming fully to the Scriptures," but doesn't Paul's epistle to the Romans beg the obvious question: What is the definition of "governing authorities" to whom we are to submit? Published October 16, 2021